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  • The Great Law - The Constitution of the Five Nations
    TextObject       Please see staff for access to the full PDF version of this document and quote file SNPL005716v00d....
    TextObject     Please see staff for access to the full PDF version of this document and quote file SNPL005716v00d....
  • The Indian Act, 1876
    TextObject       Chapter 18 of the Indian Act.
    TextObject     Chapter 18 of the Indian Act.
  • Power of Place - Strength of Being
    TextObject       Written essays in regards to Samuel Thomas' beadwork project, "Power of Place - Strength of Being".
    TextObject     Written essays in regards to Samuel Thomas' beadwork project, "Power of Place - Strength of Being".
  • Historic Ontario: Old Upper Canada
    TextObject       Brochure of Historic Ontario: Old Upper Canada.
    TextObject     Brochure of Historic Ontario: Old Upper Canada.
  • 1794 Canandaigua Treaty belt (George Washington Belt)
    ImageObject       The 1794 Canandaigua Treaty belt. This belt is 6 feet long and composed of thirteen figures holding hands connected to two figures and a house. The 13 figures represent the 13 States of the newly formed United States of America. The two figures and the house symbolize the Haudenosaunee. The ...
    ImageObject     The 1794 Canandaigua Treaty belt. This belt is 6 feet long and composed of thirteen figures holding hands connected to two figures and a house. The 13 figures represent the ...
  • Two-Row Wampum Belt (Guswhenta or Kaswhenta)
    ImageObject       Image of Two Row Wampum repatriated from the Museum of the American Indian in New York City. The Two Row Wampum records the agreement made in 1613 in upstate New York between the Haudenosaunee and the Dutch government. This belt represents the first peace treaty between the Haudenosaunee and Europeans ...
    ImageObject     Image of Two Row Wampum repatriated from the Museum of the American Indian in New York City. The Two Row Wampum records the agreement made in 1613 in upstate New ...
  • The Friendship Belt (Tehontatenentsonterontahkhwa)
    ImageObject       Image of The Friendship Belt, representing the Covenant Chain. This belt was associated with a treaty made with Lt. Governor William Denny of Pennsylvania on behalf of the Crown in 1757. The common symbol of peace and unity in wampum diplomacy is two figures holding hands, or interlocking their arms, ...
    ImageObject     Image of The Friendship Belt, representing the Covenant Chain. This belt was associated with a treaty made with Lt. Governor William Denny of Pennsylvania on behalf of the Crown in ...
  • Image of the Great Britain - Haudenosaunee Covenant Chain Belt (Alliance Belt).
    ImageObject       Image of the Great Britain Haudenosaunee Covenant Chain Belt (Alliance Belt). This belt uses the symbolism commonly used in Haudenosaunee belt making. Nations are usually symbolized with squares. Here in this belt, there are two squares at the end of the belt representing two nations. A vertical line running the ...
    ImageObject     Image of the Great Britain Haudenosaunee Covenant Chain Belt (Alliance Belt). This belt uses the symbolism commonly used in Haudenosaunee belt making. Nations are usually symbolized with squares. Here in ...
  • "Mohawk Institute"
    ImageObjectmystery       Photograph of the front exterior of the Mohawk Institute residential school.
    ImageObjectmystery     Photograph of the front exterior of the Mohawk Institute residential school.
  • "Mohawk Institute Children"
    ImageObjectmystery       Photograph of students of the Mohawk Institute residential school.
    ImageObjectmystery     Photograph of students of the Mohawk Institute residential school.
  • Mohawk Residential School Badge
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  • "New Credit Indian Reserve and Mission"
    TextObjectmystery       "The New Credit Reserve near Hagersville, Ontario, was established and occupied in 1847 by the Mississauga Indians of the Credit River Settlement near Toronto."
    TextObjectmystery     "The New Credit Reserve near Hagersville, Ontario, was established and occupied in 1847 by the Mississauga Indians of the Credit River Settlement near Toronto."
  • Some Bones of Contention: The Neutral Indian Burial Site at Grimsby
    TextObject       A report on the archaeological excavation of the Neutral burial site at Grimsby.
    TextObject     A report on the archaeological excavation of the Neutral burial site at Grimsby.
  • Two Row (or Two Paths) Wampum Belt
    ImageObject       Image of Wampum belt given by Grand River Chiefs to John Brant, a version of the Guswhenta or Kaswhenta, Mohawk Covenant Belt.
    ImageObject     Image of Wampum belt given by Grand River Chiefs to John Brant, a version of the Guswhenta or Kaswhenta, Mohawk Covenant Belt.
  • 1933 Goudey Indian Gum Cover with John Brant's Image
    ImageObject       Detail from illustrations found on Goudey Indian Gum in 1933. Depiciton of John Brant (Ahyouwaighs -sp.) was pictured along with an image of "Luqaiot" and another image simply titled "wampum". In 1933, the Goudey Gum Company produced one of the most complicated and controversial non-sports issued gum ever produced. The ...
    ImageObject     Detail from illustrations found on Goudey Indian Gum in 1933. Depiciton of John Brant (Ahyouwaighs -sp.) was pictured along with an image of "Luqaiot" and another image simply titled "wampum". ...
  • Arnold Anderson and Gordon Anderson
    ImageObjectmystery       Photo of Arnold Anderson, son of Samuel Anderson, and 2nd cousin Gordon Anderson, who was the son of George F. Anderson and grandson of Sam's brother John Cornelius Anderson. Gordon died when he was 24 years old in a car accident and is buried at St. John's Church on the ...
    ImageObjectmystery     Photo of Arnold Anderson, son of Samuel Anderson, and 2nd cousin Gordon Anderson, who was the son of George F. Anderson and grandson of Sam's brother John Cornelius Anderson. Gordon ...
  • What causes communities to prosper?
    TextObject       "All communities such as Manhattan, Kansas, go through periods of prosperity and retrenchment. Some even disappear completely (Fitzgerald, 1988). Internal and external forces are always acting on the community as a system that prefers stability but rarely characterized as stagnation. And, even if stability seems to exists, it is only ...
    TextObject     "All communities such as Manhattan, Kansas, go through periods of prosperity and retrenchment. Some even disappear completely (Fitzgerald, 1988). Internal and external forces are always acting on the community as ...
  • The Wampum Belt Collection of the New York State Museum
    TextObject       Description of the Wampum Belt Collection of the New York State Museum.
    TextObject     Description of the Wampum Belt Collection of the New York State Museum.
  • U. S. Department of the Interior: Fifty-fifth Annual Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners to the Secretary of the Interior for Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1924
    TextObject       Fifty-fifth Annual Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1924.
    TextObject     Fifty-fifth Annual Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1924.
  • Onondaga Women: Among the Liberated
    TextObject       If you must be born a woman, try to be an Onondaga. Iroquois culture is one of the few in the world where the average person is not disappointed when the child born to them is a girl.
    TextObject     If you must be born a woman, try to be an Onondaga. Iroquois culture is one of the few in the world where the average person is not disappointed when ...
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